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Year 2015
Title EFFECTS AND OPTIMIZATION OF MACHINING PARAMETERS IN HARD TURNING PROCESS: A REVIEW
Authors Sudhansu Ranjan Das , Deepak Kumar Mohapatra , Purna Chandra Routray , Biswaranjan Rout
Broad area Production Engineering
Abstract
 In today’s rapidly changing state in metal cutting industries, applications of optimization techniques in hard turning processes is essential for a manufacturing unit to replace grinding/finishing operations due to the development of advanced tool materials and rigid machine tools, which can ensure the same accurate geometrical and dimensional tolerances. The complex machining process gets influenced by multiple process parameters, particularly in a finish hard turning operation, which often determines the final quality of the parts. This article presents a brief review of the techniques of modeling and optimization that have significant influence in hard turning. The main objectives of this study investigate and evaluate the effect of different machining parameters on surface roughness, tool wear, tool life, cutting forces, power consumption, material removal rate and cutting temperature and chip morphology during turning of different hard steels with hardness more than 45 HRC.
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